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Subject: Re: Building my team with a good Fullback


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Date Posted: 16:25:11 12/09/21 Thu
In reply to: Sprint66 's message, "Building my team with a good Fullback" on 11:53:14 12/09/21 Thu

Something i have been pondering: many Olines (especially OTs) play every snap from 2 point stance. Why not use down and distance to dictate whether to use 2 or 3 pt stance. You can run block and pass protect from either with 2 pt being easier to pass pro.

Just seems that a big OT can get more movement on a DE from 3 pt. Which in turn will slow down their pass rush in other running down/dist thereby negating the 3 pt pass pro disadvantage

Gonna be along winter if these are the things i am already pondering

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ivy guy
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Date Posted: 16:35:41 12/09/21 Thu

I agree with Sprint
The use of a fullback, big tight-end, H-back in the backfield, or 2-3 blocking tight ends (aka "heavy package") is underused in the IL.

Also, QBs taking the snap under center, and the off-side interior linemen looping around to push the ballcarrier forward--something that was not allowed until recent rule changes.

Not every team has the personnel to run a consistent grinding running game. But using these schemes can be effective as a change of pace, or to run out the clock. With the new OT rules, having these skills in the playbook is essential.

Finally, it takes a coaching and player commitment to establish and dominate the line of scrimmage.

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